Correspondence Chess League of Australia

Acronym: 
CCLA

The Correspondence Chess League Of Australia (CCLA) administers correspondence chess in Australia.The CCLA organises games, tournaments and championships among its members play is by webserver, post, or by e-mail. The League is set up to make chess available to many people who otherwise would not be able to play - country players who cannot find suitable opponents, people whose hours of work or other obligations prevent them regularly meeting with other players, people who prefer playing at home, and people who prefer correspondence chess. Most new members gain their first experience in playing correspondence chess in the small tournaments which are called General Tourneys.

Contact
Contact name: 
Tim Runting
President & International Secretary
Phone 1: 
No details
Fax: 
No details
Address
Postal Address: 
PO Box 2360
Sydney
2001
Region: 
Australia
Access
Opening hours: 
No details on hours
Disabilities: 
All disabilities
Activities: 
CCLA organises games, tournaments, and championships. Affiliated with the International Correspondence Chess Federation (ICCF) the CCLA provides Chess Server play at www.iccf-webchess.com/
Service details
Fees: 
Joining fee $5.00 (concession $2.50) plus annual subscription of $25.00 ($15.00 Pensioners & Students)
Area: 
National (members can also play in international events through our affiliation
Clients: 
All welcome (except that members must already know how to play chess and how to record moves in written form)
Funding: 
Member subscriptions
Publications: 
A quarterly magazine (ACCQ) publications - The Correspondence Chess 'Green Book' an introduction to correspondence chess, general rules of play and information
Resources: 
Coaching, competition

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